This executive one bedroom apartment on the 2nd floor is in a superb position in 'The Prince' development on the Kingston Foreshore with direct water views over Kingston Harbour and the foreshore. The design is state-of-the-art and it features a neutral décor, incorporating heritage features from old Canberra and natural finishes of timber and granite. Enjoy the perfect waterfront lifestyle as you watch the boats come in to dock from your living room. This convenient location is great for when you want to grab some breakfast, lunch or dinner or enjoy some fresh air thanks to the numerous walking and cycling paths in the area.
• Direct, elevated water views overlooking the boat harbour from both the living room and bedroom • Large kitchen with solid granite stone benchtops and Ilve cooktop, oven and dishwasher • Timber flooring to all living areas and kitchen, carpet in main bedroom • Main bathroom with floor to ceiling tiles and walk in shower • Ducted reverse-cycle heating and cooling, European laundry • Security intercom, double-glazed windows, allocated basement car space plus storage enclosure • Internet-ready with NBN installation which allows for high speed internet and video connection • Walk across the footbridge to the boardwalk and its abundance of cafes, restaurants and more • Short walk to public transport, Parliamentary Triangle, bike paths and Lake Burley Griffin
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